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Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by duartfarquardt, Mar 19, 2011.
I had one just like this and it was a great shooter, lost it in a burglary or I'd still have it.
BTW If you don't know who the original owner was on this piece, please check that it's not sn 167272...thanks
ob1, s/n 302xxx.
Thanks, wish it was in my budget right now for a replacement
New Price: $400.
Is it marked US Govt Property? Thanks, Ken
No. The HD Military was not used by the military. Go figure.
They actually were if they were marked US Property. They featured the pistol on American Rifleman last night and that prompted mt question.
Thanks. I was misinformed.
Francis Gary Powers (pilot shot down in a U2 spy plane over Russia) had one of these on him when captured. This is the central evidence used by the Soviets to "prove" he was on a hostile mission over their airspace. I believe the pistol is still in the Kremlin museum.
Those were silenced versions, and were actually "HDM" vs. "HD Military". There is a difference...